I’m sure aware, our Prime Minister, Boris Johnson briefed the nation on the latest measures that the
Government would like churches to take to help manage the national Coronavirus situation. Amongst other things it was requested that all social gatherings and social contact be avoided.

Church Meetings

As believers we are called to submit to the authorities God has placed over us and so, with immediate effect we will be cancelling all meetings in their current format. These include Sunday mornings, socials, prayer meetings and the membership course until further notice.

Whilst we will not be meeting together in our usual venue, we are meeting together using the technology available to us. We are currently using a software called Zoom, which you can download onto your phone or your computer – just use the link here: https://zoom.us/

We then send out regular invites through What’s App or via email. If you would like to join us on a Sunday, all you have to do is email admin@kingschurchringwood.co.uk and request a Zoom invitation.

What you can expect?

We’ll email you an invitation that looks like this:

Rob Hibbitt is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: The King’s Virch Ringwood (First half) 24.05.2020
Time: May 24, 2020 10:30 AM London

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us04web.zoom.us/j/12345678910?pwd=eTNha1JnRnBaMGdmVEx2Smg0ZlU3QT10

Meeting ID: 123 4567 8910
Password: 123456

All you have to do is click the link and put in the password.

The first half of the meeting begins at 10:30 and begins with greetings, prayer and worship. This lasts until 11:10. Then you have ten minutes break to make yourself a cup of tea or coffee.

Finally, the second half of the meeting begins at 11:20 and contains a preach till 12:00.

We hope you will join us.

 

 

Crafty Kidz – Stay & Play

This is a free drop in opportunity for families with primary school aged children to enjoy craft activities together in the school holidays. We usually meet at Carvers Clubhouse, Ringwood on selected Thursdays during the school holidays from 11am – 3pm.

Sadly. due to the coronavirus outbreak we are currently not able to meet at the Clubhouse. However, we really want to help you to have fun doing craft together in your own homes, so we have created activity bags which contain all you will need to complete a simple craft activity plus some other fun activities too.

These are completely free and will be delivered to your door in a safe socially distanced manner on the days listed below, all you have to do is register with us.

Deliveries will be made on:

  • Thursday 28th May.
  • Thursday 23rd July
  • Thursday 30th July
  • Thursday 6th August.
  • Thursday 13th August.
  • Thursday 20th August
  • Thursday 27th August

To register for your free activity bag please contact us at :

admin@kingschurchringwood.co.uk (please indicate Stay & Play in the subject bar)

For the Stay and Play Facebook page just click here.

We look forward to connecting with you very soon.

The Crafty Kidz Team.

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The Lifestyle Club

The Lifestyle Club is a moderate exercise session for those aged 50 plus, with advice regarding nutrition and well-being as well as an opportunity to make friends. Refreshments are provided. The cost is £3 per session.

For more information please contact Tina on 07504 925037 or Julie on 07754 835699 or click the link to their Facebook page www.facebook.com/lifestyleringwood

H.O.M.E Groups

The humble home has been the location of many-a-church gathering since the early church began. The Apostle Paul writes about the church that met in the home of Pricilla and Aquila on a number of occasions (see Romans 16:4-5, 1 Cor. 16:19). In fact, the early church would often meet in large, more central locations, such as the temple courts (Acts 2:46) or the hall of Tyrannus (Acts 19:9) as well as in each other’s homes.

What are H.O.M.E Groups?

H.O.M.E Groups are a great opportunity for us as a church to demonstrate our devotion to God, our devotion to each other and our devotion to sharing the good news of Jesus’ death and resurrection; within the context of smaller mid-week meetings in people’s homes.

Our blueprint for this is found in the Bible and the example of the early church. Acts 2:42-47 says this, ‘They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer.  Everyone was filled with awe at the many wonders and signs performed by the apostles. All the believers were together and had everything in common. They sold property and possessions to give to anyone who had need. Every day they continued to meet together in the temple courts. They broke bread in their homes and ate together with glad and sincere hearts, praising God and enjoying the favour of all the people. And the Lord added to their number daily those who were being saved.’

If you’re interested in joining a mid-week group why not come along on a Sunday and speak to one of the leadership team.

Blossom

Blossom is The King’s Church Ringwood’s women’s ministry that is for women rooted in Christ to thrive, shine and blossom.

It’s a great opportunity for women to get together, to encourage one another, make new friendships, be authentic, real and have fun. For more information just email rkhibbitt@yahoo.co.uk

Men’s Events

The King’s Church Ringwood Men’s Events are a great time for men to be men. We meet once a month to do various social activities, enjoying friendship and encouraging one another. We hope you join us and have fun. For more information just email admin@kingschurchringwood.co.uk

New Forest Walks

Once a month (from March/April to October) we organise guided walks in and around the New Forest area. They can range in length and usually end in some form of refreshment. They are a great opportunity to make friends by walking and talking and are usually dog-friendly too. So if you’re feeling a bit lonely or want to make some new friends, you can contact us for more information at admin@kingschurchringwood.co.uk

The HealthBus

 

The King’s Church Ringwood supports a number of outreach initiatives. One of the local initiatives that a number of The King’s Church members are actively involved with is The HealthBus. As a church we are keen to support those who care for and provide medical needs for those sleeping rough in Bournemouth and the surrounding area. If you’d like to know more about The HealthBus just click the link provided www.healthbus.co.uk